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The slacker's back! I haven't had much to report on over the last few days. I've been taking care of little bits of busy-work and doing some studio organization in preparation for a group of larger pieces I'd like to start working on in my spare time. I'll have another studio day to talk about tomorrow, but in the meantime, come down to Urban Grind tonight to take part in the next installment of the New Oregon Interview Series - tonight it's fashion night! See the link here.

Wednesday, January 27th, 7-8:30 PM, Urban Grind East, 2214 NE Oregon St., $5 admission.

The New Oregon Interview Series sits down with three Portland fashion designers to talk about their work and Portland's evolving fashion culture. A former Willamette Week fashion columnist and owner/designer of the English Dept., Elizabeth Dye has produced handmade ready to wear and bridal pieces since her first collection in 2001. Owner/founder of Portland Monthly’s 2006 Best Local Clothing line Sameunderneath for ten years, Ryan Christensen currently sits on the board of Caldera, a non-profit arts education and camp for underserved Oregon children. A collaborator in Portland’s The Collections and Fashion Week since 2001 and nationally distributed, Adam Arnold designs and creates two men and women’s lines of ready to wear and made to measure services from his Portland studio.